Witness Describes an Assistant Helping in James Holmes Massacre - Police Ignore Suspect X
The James Holmes "Batman Massacre" was obviously not a "lone wolf" event as portrayed by the police. Why are the police deliberately ignoring the involvement of other perpetrators? Why are there obviously two shooters also - one 5'-4" and thin (James Holmes), while another is described as 6'4" and robustly built 180-200lbs? Why do dome witnesses describe shooting from the back of the theatre, and others shooting from the front? Why do some witnesses report smoke grenades coming from both sides?
The truth is clearly being hidden from us at present, for reasons that can only be nefarious.
Note that after the Columbine massacre (which happened only 30 miles from this one), police also refused to pursue other suspects seen at the crime scene. Why? After this massacre, police are covering up evidence (even reportedly blowing up Holmes' residence) - just as evidence was suddenly hidden after the Columbine massacre. Perhaps the reasons will become clearer by making a comparison between Comulbine and the "Batman" massacre.
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